All Articles For Vol 17 Issue 07 1/1/1941

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The Book divides into two parts. The first part chapter 1:1 to 2:27 inclusive. The dividing verse is clearly: “and it will come to pass that afterwards I will pour out, etc.” The second part begins with chapter 2:28 to the end of the Book. The first section is again comprised of two sub-divisions. The first of these begins with chapter 1:1 and continues through chapter 2:17; and the second section, chapter 2:18 to chapter 2:27 inclusive. The second part of the Book comprises three subdivisions. Section I: chapter 2:28 to chapter 3:8; Section II: chapter 3:9 to chapter 3...

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The tabernacle, as was explained, stood for an action that consisted in God’s holding His people at a distance from Him and in His causing the high priest alone to enter His immediate presence in the Holiest. The High Priest went in alone “once every year, nor without blood, which he offered for himself, and for the errors of the people: the Holy Ghost thus signifying, that the way into the holiest of all was not yet made manifest, while as the first tabernacle was yet standing” (Heb. 9:7, 8). This scripture sets forth the purpose of God’s bringing into...

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We must be careful in our Reformed circles and be on our guard and never be afraid of telling one another, whenever and wherever we see danger ahead for our Churches. In our little group of Churches such dangers do not seem imminent. We are a large family, well acquainted with one another, knowing the weak spots, as well as the strongholds. Yet, we are not safe, unless we adhere to our fundamentals, both in re our doctrine and our ecclesiastical ties, based upon the D. K. O. Any departure from either will in time be detrimental to our well-being....

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Repeatedly we have heard the thought expressed that since the German Reich established its “protectorate” in old Holland, the Nazi party gained considerably in influence. It is even suggested occasionally that the National Socialist Party is now in the majority. And somewhere I read that even one of the professors of the Free University of Amsterdam had joined the Nazi Party. The facts in the case, however, appear to be, that the original N. S. B. in the Netherlands (Nationaal Socialisten Bond), which at the outbreak of the war numbered approximately forty thousand members, is still a small minority party,...

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